Empire Style Alarm-clock Empire Style Alarm-clockEmpire Style Alarm-clock | 19th centuryEmpire Style Alarm-clock | 19th century | Clock mechanism

Empire Style Alarm-clock | around 1810 | Wood | 22 x 15 x 10 cm | Empire | Clock | Antiques

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The alarm clock rests on four spherical legs. The case of black-dipped polished wood is prism-shaped and has a base and a rim, culminating by a low garret roof. The case is decorated with cast brass appliqués. The white varnished clock dial with Roman ciphers is protected by a convex door. The back part is also covered with a door, the sides have small glazed windows. The mechanism is of the anchor, pendulum type with quarter chime. Time is chimed into a spiral, the alarm into a bell. The item on display is a work originating from the territory of the Australian-Hungarian Empire and it can be dated to the period around 1810. The alarm clock underwent restoration and some parts are new. The alarm clock is fully functional, on which a one-year guarantee is provided.


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